Imran Khan prepares for the inquiry of 2014 sit-in

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Rawalpindi: Founder of PTI, Imran Khan, has said that he is prepared for an inquiry into the 2014 sit-in, following the statement regarding Kakar Farm 47. Can negotiations be held with the federal government? PML-N supporters had indicated that until Justice Faiz Issa becomes Chief Justice, there will be no elections and Nawaz Sharif will not return.

Speaking to the media at Adiala Jail, he said, “I am ready for an inquiry into the 2014 sit-in. I would be happy to be presented before the inquiry committee. All the allegations made against me regarding the 2014 sit-in are false. The 2013 election and the sit-in were different events.”

Imran Khan had mentioned that after the statement about Kakar Farm 47 by former caretaker Prime Minister Anwar ul Haq, negotiations could be held with the federal government. The President, Prime Minister, Chief Minister of Punjab and Senate election fraudsters are members of the same party. PML-N insiders had privately informed us that until Justice Faiz Issa becomes Chief Justice, there will be no elections and Nawaz Sharif will not return.

Imran Khan said, “Half of my family is in the army and the other half is in the bureaucracy. The army is ours and we have no issues with the army. I only found out about the November events when I was presented in the Supreme Court. I had condemned the November events in front of Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial.”

He added, “Please do not drag the army into politics for God’s sake. In our 27 years of history, we have never resorted to harassment or aggression. We have refrained from analyzing the two governments because our political party does not want to spread unrest.”

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